On Sunday, June 5th, UUCC celebrates our grand re-opening with an offering to each other and to our community with a “Flower Communion: A Celebration of Hope” at Odd Fellows Hall, 526 Main Street, in Half Moon Bay, California.
The Flower Communion is a beautiful Unitarian Universalist ritual that honors the beauty of human diversity and the importance of being together in community. Esther Wallace, M.Div., guides us in this ritual. She delivers a homily reflecting on the ways in which our Unitarian Universalist values call us, in the words of organizer and activist Mariame Kaba, to practice the discipline of hope in times that can seem hopeless. You are most welcome to join us for this time of fellowship — and to bring along a flower or two for our communion!
Esther Wallace works and plays in the realms of meaning-making, sacred space, and social justice. Esther is very interested in emergent spiritual communities and the intersections of ministry and disability. Esther is a recent graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry.
UUCC requests proof of vaccination and booster for those who attend our in-person services to protect our cherished seniors who attend. We will also be using an abundance of caution by requiring mask wearing for churchgoers throughout the service, with the exception of guest speakers at the front of the room.
For the Order of Service, click here. The YouTube livestream has concluded.